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Heimtextil India & Ambiente India begin June 22
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Mar '16
The third edition of Heimtextil India and Ambiente India return to Pragati Maidan, New Delhi and will show new collections and creative applications of textiles, home furnishings and interior décor from June 22–24, 2016.

“From themed exhibits to inspiring product designs, seminar sessions and experience zones, the platform will offer a quality experience in terms of business and industry networking,” a Messe Frankfurt press release said.

Leading brands such as Jindal Steel, Masterkitchen, D'Décor Exports, Raymond Home, Thanor Pottery, Ceramic Home Decoratives, Welspun India, ALPS Industries and Paramount Textile Mills are participating at the show.

There will also be a state pavilion from Uttar Pradesh, known for its rich heritage of textiles and crafts and which will have live demos by local artisans, who will capture the growing appeal of vintage artifacts.

Industry's well-known buyers including Jabong, Fabfurnish, ShoppersStop, Harisons Furnishings, Home Saaz, Carrefour, Jagdish Stores, Sita Fabrics, Green Linen Pvt. Ltd, Indsource marked their presence at the exhibition last year.

“With a reputation of attracting serious retailers, trade buyers and design experts together, the upcoming edition is sure to become an ordering venue for winter and festive collections this season,” Messe Frankfurt added.

Further consolidating its visitor focus, the co-located fairs will host an exclusive day for buyers and purchase managers from the hospitality industry this year.

The dedicated 'Hospitality Day' will see hospitality professionals conduct one-on-one meetings all day with exhibitors for their various hotel properties around the country.

A major highlight at the exhibition last year, the 'Experience Zone' in the Interior Lifestyle Awards (ILA) will once again make its way to the show with a thought-provoking insight in interior spaces.

“The concurrent events are sure to attract architects and interior designers on the lookout for distinctive décor concepts,” the organiser observed.

Additionally, Heimtextil India will be hosting expert discussions on trends in the furnishings and textile sector, an exciting value-add for exhibitors, manufacturers and home fashion buyers visiting the fair. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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